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BridgeForce Compliance | Compliance News (October 2017)

Change to advisor privacy consent template Modification to 8(d) of BridgeForce broker agreement Industry launches Standardized Advisor Practice Review survey BC reminds licensees to keep client information confidential FSCO releases latest life agent compliance report Change to advisor privacy consent template Your privacy consent must contain language to cover information shared with MGAs and their third-party service providers. Consent language …

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BridgeForce Compliance | Compliance News (August 2017)

Canada Life updated compliance program templates for privacy and AML, with CE credits available. BridgeForce privacy statement & customer consent updated to cover third party service providers. The material walks you through customizing the updated compliance program templates for your practice. Below are some points to consider as you work through the templates: Privacy compliance program template You’ll find this …

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BRIDGEFORCE Compliance | Compliance News (April 2017)

Updating the advisor disclosure template Replacement disclosure reminders Updating the advisor disclosure template When a consumer is considering the purchase of a life or health insurance product, it is important that they have good information about the product, how it meets their needs, the company offering the product, and the advisor and the advisor’s business relationships. Your disclosure document focuses …

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BRIDGEFORCE Compliance | Compliance News (February 2017)

We’ve made a few updates to material on the Compliance section of the BridgForce website. Please review these and make adjustments to your practice as needed. As discussed at several of the recent BridgeForce meetings, carriers and Ontario’s insurance regulator FSCO are actively assessing advisor compliance with these compliance obligations. Two CLHIA Reference Documents have been updated in consultation with …

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Compliance Meeting Presentations

PIB – E&O Insurance Blakes Law Firm – Privacy issues and an introduction to the Digital Privacy Act FSCO – Update from your regulator Zavitz Insurance – Surviving a FINTRAC audit BridgeForce – Privacy workshop BridgeForce – AML workshop

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BC launches Client Confidentiality Guidelines

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The Insurance Council of British Columbia Client Confidentiality Guidelines for Insurance Agents has been incorporated into the Code of Conduct. For important information regarding the Code of Conduct and client confidentiality, please read ICN 15-003 Client Confidentiality Guidelines available on the ICBC website at: http://www.insurancecouncilofbc.com/PublicWeb/PUB_NoticesList.aspx The Code of Conduct is available at: http://www.insurancecouncilofbc.com/PublicWeb/CodeofConduct.html

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BRIDGEFORCE | 2015 Compliance Meeting Presentations

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Grant Morton | Manulife Financial Foreign account tax compliance act (FATCA) Lisa Lawlor | Empire Life MGA Compliance: An overview Chris Nicoll | BridgeForce Financial Screening and monitoring changes at BridgeForce FATCA Q&A

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Manulife Financial | CASL: What it means for Advisors

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By the end of this session, you will be able to: Describe CASL and how it impacts financial advisors and their support staff Identify commercial electronic messages (CEMs) and available exemptions Explain how to request permission to send CEMs to clients and prospects Describe how to send CASL compliant CEMs and how to maintain effective records and distribution lists View …

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Canada Life | Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation Presentation

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This short presentation will give you an overview of Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation and explain how it will affect your business. Watch the presentation

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Canada Life | Compliance Program for AML and Terrorism Financing

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User guide for the implementation of an anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing Compliance Program Purpose This guideline has been prepared to help you implement your compliance program intended to ensure compliance with your obligations under the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (the “Act”). Continued… Template

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